Mara Giulianti's allies don't know when to stop
Strife at swimming's prime shrine threatens to wash away a local icon
John Coleman's dance with developers lost him popular support. But will that stop him from spoiling the mayoral race?
A Hollywood insider plans war on City Hall
Braying for Success
Bush's war has sent the Democratic Party scurrying for cover
When it comes to making deals, developer R. Donahue Peebles has no qualms about filing lawsuits -- or playing the race card
Letters for July 26,2001
Letters for December 28, 2000
Districting in Hollywood was supposed to ensure at least one minority candidate on the commission. Think again.
Pushy polling and John Henry passes on Fort Lauderdale
Local homeowners say they don't want basketball played at night in Jefferson Park because it disturbs the peace. The players say the real reason is even uglier: race.
Departing leadership, internal politics, office closings: It's apparent the local chapter of the Latin Builders Association is struggling with expansion
Bubble, bubble, toil, and trouble
Grant-writer Maurice Connell has become a well-paid institution in Hollywood. How? The politics of power and money.
Sea, sun, and pedophilia
Getting rid of those folks with buckets equals getting rid of one of the county's better homeless-assistance programs.
How do you get a zoning problem fixed in the city of Hollywood? You just have to hire the people who make the decisions.
Political battles in the city are making it hard for developments like Turtle Nest Suites to win approval. Enter Alan Koslow.
Ever since advertisers began plastering their names on bus benches, Broward County has been overrun by unwanted places to sit
Are slot machines child's play or illegal gambling? Hollywood authorities take a close look at one game room.
In Hollywood, John Coleman's victory gives besieged North Beach residents new hope in their battle against SunCruz
John Coleman and his fellow reform candidates in Hollywood face an uphill battle against mayor Mara and Co.